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Do you know what Italian amaretti, frangipane and almonds have in common? All of these delicious recipes have bitter almonds in their list of ingredients. Bitter almonds come from the wild almond tree and are different from sweet almonds; the latter are just as delicious crunchy as they are cooked. The problem is that while the taste of bitter almonds is pleasant in small doses, consuming large quantities of bitter almonds can be toxic, due to their hydrocyanic acid content. Therefore, it is best to use natural bitter almond flavoring, which reproduces this very special flavor and will give your cakes and other recipes an original taste.
If bitter almond extracts and essential oils exist, the easiest way to flavor your preparations remains the natural bitter almond flavor. Perfect to enhance the flavor of your financiers and other almond-based desserts - Basque cake, madeleines, cupcakes, flans, rice puddings... - the natural flavoring of bitter almonds will also find its place in your cocktails, alcoholic or non-alcoholic. Whether it reinforces the bitter almond flavor of amaretto, the famous Italian liqueur, or replaces it in non-alcoholic drinks, the natural bitter almond aroma will give a twist to your aperitifs. If you are the lucky owner of a yogurt maker, you can also give a slight bitter almond flavor to your yogurts and homemade yogurts.
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